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    Operation Walk Gives Needy Patients New Lifei
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    January 23, 2013 6:48 PM
    People suffering from severe bone and joint problems live with pain and disability every moment of their lives. For some, the only solution is a hip or knee replacement, an expensive procedure many people cannot afford. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports that an American-based organization called Operation Walk is working to heal people from Tanzania, to Nepal to the United States, who would otherwise not be able to afford treatment.

    Operation Walk Gives Needy Patients New Life

    Published January 23, 2013

    People suffering from severe bone and joint problems live with pain and disability every moment of their lives. For some, the only solution is a hip or knee replacement, an expensive procedure many people cannot afford. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports that an American-based organization called Operation Walk is working to heal people from Tanzania, to Nepal to the United States, who would otherwise not be able to afford treatment.


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